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Smith’s short-handed goal lifts Panthers over Avalanche, 3-1

By The AP

DENVER — The Florida Panthers missed on two breakaways in the second period. Reilly Smith made sure they cashed in on their third. Smith scored a short-handed goal to break a third-period tie, and the Panthers beat the reeling Colorado ...


Environmentalists grapple with compromise on Colorado river

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Colorado’s economy depends on water: where it is, where the people who need it live and work, who has rights to it. Fights over those needs are a core part of the state’s history, and they tend to follow a ...


Roadless rule stands

By Gary Harmon

The Colorado Roadless Rule, which allowed coal mining and related activities beneath undeveloped national forest areas, will stand, the U.S. Forest Service ruled, setting fear through environmental organizations. The final decision, which is ...


Fire and ice, so to speak, in valley

By Staff

On the same day Grand Junction’s high temperature broke the record, a strong winter storm dumped snow in the mountains above 8,000 feet in elevation. Afternoon highs reached 56 degrees at the Grand Junction Regional Airport, according ...


Delta names police chief

By Staff

The City of Delta has hired a long-tenured member of the local law-enforcement community to be the chief of police. Officials announced late Friday that Lucas Fedler, a detective sergeant with the Delta County Sheriff’s Department, has ...


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CMU grads: Like mother, like son

By Katie Langford

When Bryan Carlson walked across the stage to get his diploma at Colorado Mesa University’s winter commencement on Friday, he didn’t have to look far to see his mom cheering him on. Beth McBride was among the 590 students who were ...


Blotter, Dec. 17, 2016

By Staff

Granny scam gets sneakier The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is renewing their warnings about the so-called “Grandparents Scam.” Scammers are now using information possibly found on social media to make their ruse more ...


Struggles in 2nd half doom Mavs vs. T-Wolves

By Staff

The first two possessions of the second half foretold what was to come Friday night for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team. Playing ninth-ranked CSU-Pueblo on the road, the Mavericks, who led 39-32 at halftime, turned the ball ...


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Right at home: Central trio makes Warrior semis

By Dale Shrull

At the Warrior Classic, there’s no such thing as a home mat advantage. But for the past two years, Central has done well at the prestigious wrestling tournament it hosts. After Friday’s first day, Central had three wrestlers ...


Prep boys basketball scores, Dec. 16, 2016

By Staff

Central 66, Pueblo Centennial Froday at Pueblo East Coaches Classic PUEBLO CENTENNIAL — Jordan Hancock 4 0-0 8, RJ Vaughan 7 1-2 15, Andres Valdez 3 0-0 6, Daniel Valdez 5 1-2 11, Jonathan Byrd-Manning 3 1-1 8, Jayden Villeda 1 0-1 2, ...


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